A Brief History Of # 1974

Part of my longtime project A Brief History Of which wants to explore the 20th century culture. As an open curatorial project it grows rhizomatically in various directions. Since late 2009 I am assembling a list of influential works by composers, musicians, writers, philosophers, artists, filmmakers, choreographers and photographers. Next to popular stuff with high artistic impact you´ll find more unknown pieces of avantgarde origin, high next to so called low culture. Gradually the works should be described, interviews should be held and correlations should be researched. Although this project actually must be a work in progress it shall merge into a book and a film.

This is (so far)…

1974


JEAN-FRANCOIS LYOTARD, Économie libidinale


LUCE IRIGARAY, Speculum. De l´autre femme


STEPHEN KING, Carrie


GYÖRGY LIGETI, Le Grand Macabre


KRZYSZTOF PENDERECKI, Als Jakob erwachte aus dem Schlaf, sah er, daß Gott dagewesen war. Er hat es aber nicht bemerkt, für Orchester


WOLFGANG RIHM, Morphonie – Sektor IV

1972


PHILIP GLASS, Music in Twelve Parts


CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE, Strumming Music (forcefully playing two notes in rapid alternation that slowly expand into clusters)


CAN, Soon Over Babaluma (Spoon)


KRAFTWERK, Autobahn


MIKE OLDFIELD, Hergest Ridge


ROBERT WYATT, Rock Bottoms (peak of Canterbury)


HENRY COW, Unrest


THE RESIDENTS, Meet the Residents (rec. 1973)


BRIAN ENO, Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy (introduces Postmodernism into rock music)


FRED FRITH, Guitar Solos


ART ENSEMBLE OF CHICAGO, Fanfare For The Warriors (Atlantic)


BETTY DAVIS, They say I´m different (open sexual attitude)


MICHAEL NYMAN, Experimental Music: Cage and Beyond


JOSEPH BEUYS, I like America and America likes me (3 days with coyote in René Blocks gallery, NY)


ROBERT ADAMS, The New West


LEWIS BALTZ, The New Industrial Parks near Irvine, California


IRVING PENN, Worlds in a small Room


MICHAEL SCHMIDT, Berlin Kreuzberg


HAMISH FULTON, Hamish Fulton


TOBE HOOPER, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


ROMAN POLANSKI, Chinatown


JOHN CARPENTER, Dark Star

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